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2 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

I jus feed the fcuker an get it out an about mate, was jigsaw that done all the hard graft, I’m just reaping the rewards 😁 cheers tho👍

That pups a belter don really well put together mate check the legs in the fecker looks like a cracking jacket on it as well be nice to see when it’s a bit older you won’t break that in a hurry looks a tough wee f****r now 

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1 minute ago, jackthelad said:

That pups a belter don really well put together mate check the legs in the fecker looks like a cracking jacket on it as well be nice to see when it’s a bit older you won’t break that in a hurry looks a tough wee f****r now 

She solid mate an hardy as fcuk haha I’m lookin forward to seeing her fully grown myself, nice havin a pup about again 😁

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She’s solid looking some nut on her I’ve a pup here myself now good time a year to have a youngster am same as you mate out as soon as there jabbed good fun watching them figure it all out then when the penny drops..... great feeling

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On 11/11/2019 at 20:57, Trev70 said:

How many dogs have you owned mate you only talk about the ones you still own which with all the old dogs the story’s of them get better and better and the none ped whippet that gets mentioned ever time a whippet post comes on.

Right, here goes this in 30 years not a lot,  4 collie xs  with counting old Bryn,  3 bullxs. 1 lurcher xlurcher bitch, 1 x gsd x grey Buck I've got now and 1 none ped whippet bitch that you mentioned above lol. So not a lot really. A lot of my dogs either died out working, or  had badInjuries and  could not run so we're p/t/s.  Old Bryn still going OK he 12, Buck 7 and going OK, out every day for 2 hours , both keep me happy. I've always said on the sites, that I had bull breeds 1st, only wanted a healither type dog that might catch me dinner, which all have done for me, that's why I had lurchers. I've dropped bollocks with lurchers like most people have, but tried to learn from it if I can, not all ways though haha. If I can help people with. My bit of experience I will. that's what hunting site about is it not!! 

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5 hours ago, bird said:

Right, here goes this in 30 years not a lot,  4 collie xs  with counting old Bryn,  3 bullxs. 1 lurcher xlurcher bitch, 1 x gsd x grey Buck I've got now and 1 none ped whippet bitch that you mentioned above lol. So not a lot really. A lot of my dogs either died out working, or  had badInjuries and  could not run so we're p/t/s.  Old Bryn still going OK he 12, Buck 7 and going OK, out every day for 2 hours , both keep me happy. I've always said on the sites, that I had bull breeds 1st, only wanted a healither type dog that might catch me dinner, which all have done for me, that's why I had lurchers. I've dropped bollocks with lurchers like most people have, but tried to learn from it if I can, not all ways though haha. If I can help people with. My bit of experience I will. that's what hunting site about is it not!! 

Average of a new lurcher every 3 years lol

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Out checking an some traps an opening some others, soaking outside, sideaways rain but wee man insisted on coming 😁8A461BA9-8419-4BA6-9C72-B151A829C809.jpeg.1d293c30eaa28ad527bdc01a7faccba3.jpeg

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On 13/11/2019 at 14:55, bird said:

Right, here goes this in 30 years not a lot,  4 collie xs  with counting old Bryn,  3 bullxs. 1 lurcher xlurcher bitch, 1 x gsd x grey Buck I've got now and 1 none ped whippet bitch that you mentioned above lol. So not a lot really. A lot of my dogs either died out working, or  had badInjuries and  could not run so we're p/t/s.  Old Bryn still going OK he 12, Buck 7 and going OK, out every day for 2 hours , both keep me happy. I've always said on the sites, that I had bull breeds 1st, only wanted a healither type dog that might catch me dinner, which all have done for me, that's why I had lurchers. I've dropped bollocks with lurchers like most people have, but tried to learn from it if I can, not all ways though haha. If I can help people with. My bit of experience I will. that's what hunting site about is it not!! 

Thanks that answer's my thought's.

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Well he may end up staying,which is a pity,for 2 is one too many ,at the moment were flat out with work,can't get out the countryside at all...he'd be better with a one on one situation,but I still get stupid offers on him...so maybe the right owner will surface yet,13 weeks old yesterdayScreenshot_20191117-185134.jpg.23666491b51179d64604fac5cbc43249.jpg

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4 hours ago, jigsaw said:

Well he may end up staying,which is a pity,for 2 is one too many ,at the moment were flat out with work,can't get out the countryside at all...he'd be better with a one on one situation,but I still get stupid offers on him...so maybe the right owner will surface yet,13 weeks old yesterdayScreenshot_20191117-185134.jpg.23666491b51179d64604fac5cbc43249.jpg

Can’t believe no one has snapped your hand off. If I was getting another pup, I’d be over in a flash. Fingers crossed the right person comes along 

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The transporter I use is £80 but I’m not sure I would want to put a pup of that age in one 

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9 minutes ago, troyboy17 said:

What do they charge for transport a

I would just drive over and have a night out. Treat it as a road trip 

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19 minutes ago, troyboy17 said:

What do they charge for transport a

I won't put him in a transporter,he's too young...,20 hrs in the back of a van alone wouldn't do him any good at all...plus you need rabies and pet passport,it's cheaper to drive over in the long run,

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4 minutes ago, troyboy17 said:

But u need pass port

The dog or you?

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